Wireless Reverse KVM switch Solution?

Microsoft Microsoft windows xp pro full...
November 3, 2010 at 11:45:05
Specs: Windows XP 64Bit, Pentium D/2GB
Here's what I'm trying to do. I have my desktop in my office but sometimes I would like to sit in the bedroom and work from there. KVM switches access multiple computers using the same keyboard, monitor and mouse, I want to do the opposite. I want a seperate keyboard mouse and monitor for the bedroom and be able to switch between them so that I can have one computer for the whole house. Wireless is better but I'm willing for wired if its just a cat5 cable that needs to be used. I've seen expensive Wireless solutions ($600+) but even if I wanted to go that route, they either don't support the resolution I need 1440x960 and use a very compressed compression algorithm to transfer or they utilize the computers/graphics cards processor power wich I'm not into either. I want something that takes the signal out of the regular graphics card, splits it and sends it a monitor of my choosing without sacrificing too much quality (I do video editing and photography).

I realize that this is a lot to ask for a wireless solution but is there a reverse KVM switch out there? Perhaps one that can take that signal digitize it for long distance transmition, stream it over a cat5 and convert it back before it outputs to my other keyboard mouse monitor.

Thanks for any ideas.

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November 3, 2010 at 13:02:05
Answered my own question. I think I'm going to buy a reverse KVM Switch and a KVM Extender. Eventually I will want a KVM over IP so that I can be anywhere with a fast internet connection and access the power of my home computer (as well as the files). Maybe in 5-10 years common broadband will be fast enough to handle an almost realtime respresentation of the KVM over IP

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